Under this title, Audi will be presenting the future of premium mobility at DRIVE from 17 September 2021 to 17 January 2022. The latest models of electric models and studies – including the highlight in the first weeks of the exhibition, the Audi grandsphere concept*, which will also be presented at the IAA, showcasing the brand’s vision for private travel and, among other things, giving an outlook on the design of the future. This will be followed by a presentation of another Audi show car.
Numerous interactive exhibits provide insight into the topics of performance, design, digitalisation and sustainability, and invite attendees to try them out and take part. This also includes the augmented reality head-up display of the Audi Q4 e-tron**. Interested parties can take a close look at it and experience different light projections in the light tunnel.
By 2050 at the latest, Audi intends to be carbon-neutral as a company. For this purpose, the company is implementing measures throughout the entire value chain, including recycling approaches in modern production.
With “START TO DRIVE ELECTRIC”, DRIVE has been showing different facets of the electric vehicle brand and Group world since the beginning of last year. “With the new exhibition, our guests can experience what Audi is planning for electric mobility now and the future”, says Liane Scheinert, Head of the DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forums. “We are complementing the exhibition with a series of events that explore selected topics in greater depth, such as sustainability and mobility in urban areas.”
Audi grandsphere concept: Study, not for sale.
Audi Q4 Sportback 50 e-tron (220 kW): combined power consumption (kWh/100 km): ): 17,9–15,6,; CO₂ emissions combined: 0g/km; Efficiency class: A+++
Audi Q4 40 e-tron (150 kW): combined power consumption (kWh/100 km): 16,5; CO₂ emissions combined: 0g/km; Efficiency class: A+++
Information in accordance with directive 1999/94/EC as amended: further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new cars can be found in the ‘Guide on the fuel economy, CO2 emissions and power consumption of all new passenger car models’ available free of charge at all points of sale in Germany and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Strasse 1, D-73760 Ostfildern, Germany or at www.dat.de.